reflecting on everyday life in few words
„i left my settings app in the other room yesterday“ by jason snell at sixcolors.com.
who needs standing desks when you can put each app in a different room and run around the apartment all day?
reading getting real by basecamp on how to build successful web apps. so many good quotes it‘s impossible to choose. this is the way.
the new live sticker feature of iOS 17 is just incredible. finally, having kids (or pets) makes sense again!
i always try to imagine adobe’s face realising that affinity by serif is here to stay. such a comprehensive product, facing one of the biggest digital players with nothing but confidence and quality.
i love to sketch out ideas in figma. it’s the perfect place to play around and quickly elaborate thoughts.
to stay sane in the age of information, i channel all input with feedly. gain insight and inspiration without having to spend 2+ hours a day checking multiple resources is a game changer. welcome back, rss!
our brain is damn powerful and can process information with incredible speed, but one unfinished task can block resources like a chrome browser.
i declutter my brain with todoist to allow me to focus on one task at a time and get things done.
i don’t like shopping. thanks to the “permanent collection” by asket, i don’t have to. it’s comfortable, high quality, durable, sustainable. a no brainer.
my curt by ambler bikes keeps me mobile. it’s one hell of an e-bike and perfect for commuting in urban areas – even with a child seat. i adore it.